Friday, 25 May 2007

I'm at home!

Ok. I just arrived home, 5 minutes ago, all wet and frozen. Didn't stop raining, since I left Alcácer do Sal. I don't believe there is a risk of fire, because it's still raining. But I'm expecting an earthquake or a tsunami, at any moment...

11 comments:

Jacqui said...

I hope you stay safe from any earth disasters you mention. I'm from Wales UK, and I just want to say that I have been watching your blogs for about a week. I would like to THANK YOU very much for translating a lot of the Portugese stories into English. Without you, there is a lot we wouldn't hear about. I am grateful for all the work you are putting in here. I, like you, wish more than anything for this little girl to be found safe and alive. Please keep up with this good work as you will one day be rewarded with karma. I believe in Karma and your good Karma will come back to you.

Anonymous said...

Hi Paulo, my name is Marion and I'm from the north of England UK. Thank you so much for your reporting from Portugal which has given me an insight to the local area from where Madeleine was abducted. Your updates and news from the papers have been most welcome.

I am glad you are home safely and thank also your family for their support in your endeavours. Keep on blogging.

My deepest respect and best wishes go to you.

Love M.

Paulo Reis said...

Marion,

Thank you for your kind words. I arrived safe, but very late and tired. Just posted now the first description of a suspect, released today by Portuguese police.

Paulo Reis said...

Jacqui,

Thank you also, for your simpathy. I'm back to Lisbon and I'll have to rest for a few days, so I will reduce my working load. Anyway, I'll keep posting, everyday, mais news published by Portuguese Press (and also TV and Radio) about Madeleine's case.

Anonymous said...

Too much complaining from your side I think. Shape up. Get a grip. Rain? Your situations is as nothing compared with Madeleine's. Be a man.

Paulo Reis said...

Thank you, Mr. anonymous. I hope you can get a life, some day. But I think it will be difficult.

Jacqui said...

anonymous, you sound like a jerk. Paulo has a grip, he is helping more than you know by this blog. Thank you again Paulo

Paulo Reis said...

Thank's for your help, jacqui. My bad karma continues: Saturday night, I had to take my mother and my sister to Hospital, with a serious food poisoning. I was there, with my brother-in-law, until Sunday 3.50 am. Sunday, before lunch time, my 85 years old father was walking his dog, a "pekinois" that has been his best friend for the last ten years, when a pitbull, coming from nowhere grabed the little dog and broke his spine. It was just in front of my home! Rush to a veterinary clinic, with my father carrying his dog with blood all over his shirt and crying... The dog is still alive, but has no chance to survive. My father can't talk, he only cries...

Paulo Reis said...

See, Mr. Anonymous? You have one more chance to insult me. But I'll give you a free advice: keep your mouth shut up, about this. Talk with a few computer experts and they will tell that it's not so difficult to trace anybody in the net. "Digital fingerprint", have you heard?

jacqui said...

So sorry to hear about your dog,
:-(

Paulo Reis said...

Thak you, Jacqui.

Major problem is not the dig, but my father's healt condition. He saw the pit.bull grabbing his litlle dog and runing away, with hin«m in his mouth,"like a rabbit", as he said. he 85 years old, walks slowly with a cane, and the only thing he could do was to beat the pitbull with his cane. "It was not strong enough", he says, every fice minutes, and than strats to cry. That small dog has been his most faifthul friend, for the last ten years. Th dog is alive but has the back legs (is this right, in English?) paralized...